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Fish 'n Fins

P.O. Box 142, Koror, PW 96940
680 488 2637
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Our Diving Center

We always strive to improve our products and services. For this reason, we decided in March 2018 to leave our location in M-Dock, where we have operated Fish’n Fins diving center since 1993, and move to a new and better location.

Our new shop is in Malakal, in a small bay directly on one of the Rock Islands. We even feature a small WWII wreck on our house reef, a barge. We hollowed out an existing building and completely redesigned everything from scratch - Navot contributed the design, which nicely accentuates the diving and ship character of our operations.

In our main building we house our boutique, where you’ll get souvenirs and diving equipment, our reception, which is the starting point for all your wishes and questions, offices for bookkeeping and reservations, as well as a PADI course classroom. Last but not least we house our rental equipment in a room with a large window to the outside right next to the reception - our employees will give you weights and rental equipment from there, if necessary.

Daily dive tours, comfortable designed boats, flexible schedule , family friendly, snorkel tours, selection of languages spoken, trained guides, all PADI courses and specialties, full range dive gear for rent and sale, Italian restaurant is part of the shop with excellent Italian coffee to start the day and pastas and pizzas to enjoy after diving.
Immerse yourself in the breathtaking underwater world during our annual Shark week. For more information on Shark week, please visit our website at
Kayak through the rock islands labyrinth, snorkel, explore WWII relics, bird watching, reef fish nurseries and shark nurseries, mangrove channels and simply meditate and relax in the natural beauty of Palau’s rock islands lagoon. We offer several tours and flexible itinerary and schedule to different locations and states.
“You Drive We Guide” Take off on extreme 4WD expeditions to Palau’s big island Babeldaob, where you will explore waterfalls, WWII relics, abandoned old villages, rivers and rainforest. Babeldaob is the largest island in the island nation of Palau, and located northeast of Koror. Babeldaob is one of the most undeveloped populated islands in the Pacific. The island offers breathtaking vistas and landscapes to explore. Tour options are half day, full day and city tour.
Fish n' Fins also has two liveaboard vessels, the Ocean Hunter I and Ocean Hunter III
These are listed in the accommodations listings at and or visit the web site for more information.
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